Voyage en Arménie et en Perse, by P. Amédée Jaubert (Paris, 1821), in 566 searchable and bookmarked pdf pages. A Wikipedia entry ("Pierre Amédée Jaubert") describes the life of this perceptive French academic, diplomat, translator, politician, and traveller. He was in Armenia and Persia, 1805-1806. Amédée Jaubert's route went from Constantinople to Trebizond, Erzerum, Bayazid, Kurdistan, Kusseh-Dagh/Kose-Dagh, Erzinjan, Van, Khoi, Tabriz, Ardebil, Sultanieh, Qazvin, Teheran, and back via Trebizond, Sinope, and Constantinople. He comments on topics including climate, agriculture, population, revenues, the military, commerce, Eastern customs, customs of the Turks versus the Persians, the Kurds, Yezidis, episodes of plague, and an audience with the shah of the day, Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. Book digitized by Google and compiled by Robert Bedrosian.